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content management system


November 29, 2012  6:14 PM

CMS: Getting to the “System” of Content Management



Posted by: David Scott
acceptable use, acceptable use training, CMS, content management system

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November 28, 2012  2:13 PM

Content: Getting to CMS – Qualifying to identify a solutions partner



Posted by: David Scott
content management policy, content management system

Delivering content management to the organization...


November 28, 2012  1:59 PM

Content: The proliferation of unstructured data



Posted by: David Scott
1 year plan, CMS, content management policy, content management system

We know that business success will increasingly depend on the most efficient use of its information assets.  These assets must be centrally managed for security purposes, and for quick dissemination to where they’re needed.  To do this, we need a special structure around data – all data - to...


November 28, 2012  1:51 PM

Content: Business enlightenment, and knowing where we are



Posted by: David Scott
acceptable use policy, content management policy, content management system

We must realize that managing your organization’s content requires a strong, steady commitment on Business’ part, and it must in fact be Businesslead in getting this off the ground.  There must be understanding and sanction from the top.  There must be...


November 28, 2012  12:56 PM

Content: Getting it; using it; re-using it; and getting rid of it



Posted by: David Scott
CM, CMS, content management policy, content management system

Beyond mere accountability, the modern and evolving discipline of managed content is more sophisticated and powerful than anything previously established.  We make content searchable and relevant to people in powerful new ways, in support of projects and disciplines within the...


February 28, 2011  12:36 PM

Content Awareness



Posted by: David Scott
and recovery, backup and recovery, CMS, content awareness, content context, content management, content management system, data breach, data loss prevention, data management, disaster awareness, IT security, metadata, mobile workforce, preparedness

 

Any organization’s leaders (senior governance, management, board[s])...


February 27, 2011  12:38 PM

SSA Revisited (see prior post) – and – Content Management



Posted by: David Scott
assets management, business management, cable management, CMS, content management system, project management, resource allocation, resource management, social security administration, SSA, wire management

 

If you’ll bear with me, I may have a rather novel use for a Content...


December 14, 2010  12:43 PM

Data Breaching and Lessons of Legacy



Posted by: David Scott
business and IT solutions, business security, business solutions, business-technology weave, CMS, content management system, data breach, data breaching, data compromise, data theft, eCulture, ID theft, IT security, IT solutions, stolen identity, university of wisconsin

 

I see where the University of...


December 5, 2010  1:47 PM

Content, Content Management, and CM’s Delivery to Policy



Posted by: David Scott
acceptable use, acceptable use policy, CMS, content management, content management policy, content management system, HR, human resources, IT department

I was thinking of going into some explanation of Content Management Systems (CMS) for the small and medium (SMB) market.  However, I think this audience understands...


December 1, 2010  2:03 PM

Content Management and Acceptable Use Policies



Posted by: David Scott
acceptable use, business exposure, business liability, content, content control, content liability, content management, content management system, data access, data breach, data control, data exposure, data management, data recovery, data security, data theft, information dump, information leak, information theft, project control, project management, WikiLeaks

 


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